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WHO’S WHO WHO’S WHO


We all know that people are the heart of this industry. This page is an opportunity to shine a spotlight on those who make everything happen at every level.


Andy Legg Sales Director, Cooling


Andy joined Swegon in 1987 as an applications engineer.


With over 30 years’ experience in chilled water


cooling systems for industrial and commercial applications, he has witnessed a lot of change in the market, particularly regarding regulation. Following Swegon AB’s acquisition of Coolmation in 2013, Andy now sells their popular Blue Box brand of chillers and heat pumps. He says: “Our approach has always been to start with the customer first; this ensures we offer the most appropriate solution for their needs.”


www.swegon.co.uk


Justin Gardener Daikin Product Manager


Justin joined SBS in 2016, after more than 10 years with Daikin UK. He supports 10 branches based outside of London, which service customers


nationwide. Mainly working with the Daikin product range to provide solutions for HVACR projects, he is able to support contractors with design and selection assistance, and also offers technical support. Justin has access to the full Daikin range, including Daikin selection software, so VRV projects come with a schematic and wiring diagram and an energy report giving efficiency data and estimated running costs.


www.sbs.co.uk


Scott Holdsworth Maintenance Manager


Scott is J S Wright’s first Maintenance


Manager, appointed as the business takes its first step into facilities management. Based at J S Wright’s headquarters in Aston, Birmingham, he will head up the new maintenance department, providing scheduled servicing and maintenance for all plant and systems installed by the company. A qualified electrical services engineer with almost 18 years’ experience in building services maintenance, Scott will also be part of J S Wright’s Health and Safety, Quality and Aftercare team.


www.jswright.co.uk daikin@sbs.co.uk andy.legg@swegon.co.uk


Carol Fitzgerald Sales Administrator


Carol is a sales administrator at Seymour Manufacturing International (SMI). She previously spent 12 years


working in France and held sales positions in the drinks industry. Carol is focussed on boosting SMI’s sales in mainland Europe. She says: “This is a fantastic range of products, which I know from my experience are far ahead of anything available in countries like France. “There is so much potential for SMI to expand further into Europe. I’ll be heading over there very soon to meet up with some key players.”


www.seymour-mi.com


Richard Brown Commercial Business Manager


As commercial business manager for Catering Equipment Professional, a UK-based supplier to


distributors of premium catering brands, Richard works with and develops the business’s distributor partner network.


He has worked within the food service industry for more than 25 years, initially in hotels and then with major food service equipment distributors and manufacturers, including Lockhart, Falcon, Dawson and, most recently, Glen Dimplex.


www.cateringequipmentprofessional.com


Catriona Burke Classified Sales Executive


To feature a member of your company’s team in next month’s issue of the magazine, please get in touch with Catriona.


www.acr-news.com 01622 699122 cburke@datateam.co.uk


68 November 2017


www.acr-news.com


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